Week of November 27, 2011
The latest election law headlines taken from media outlets across the country during the week of November 27, 2011.
- National - Democrats pursuing protections to voting rights in aftermath of new voter ID laws (The Washington Post)
- Florida - Florida lawmakers subpoenaed in elections lawsuit (The Miami Herald)
- New Mexico - New Mexico Governor Rejects Redistricting Trial (Fox News)
- Texas - Texas map tilts redistricting battle in Democrats’ favor (The Washington Post)
- South Dakota - Elections board spars with Gant (Sioux Falls Argus Leader)
- Wisconsin - GOP uses obscure law to submit lists of preferred poll workers (Appleton Post Crescent)
- Maine - Clean Election consensus sputters, advocates say law in trouble (Lewiston Sun Journal)
- National - Pair of Perry Ads Test Limits of the Election Law (The Houston Chronicle)
- Florida - Rooney, Negron districts would condense under redistricting plan released Monday (the TC Palm)
- Colorado - Ballot transparency a statewide debate (The Aspen Times)
- North Carolina - 3 Perdue associates indicted (Raleigh News & Observer)
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